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Dec 31, 1969
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  • Windows Edition
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    System type
    64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
    Security Updates
    Automatic Updates (recommended)
    User Access Control
    Always Notify
    Network Security (Firewall)
    3rd-party Firewall app by a trusted vendor
    Device Security
  • Windows Defender SmartScreen (Windows 10)
  • User Account
    Sign-in Accounts
    Malware Testing
    I participate by downloading malware samples into an isolated VM environment
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    Kaspersky Internet Security 2017
    standard user account
    Startup Sentinel
    RTP - Custom security settings
  • Virus and Malware Removal Tools
    HitmanPro, Zemana
    Browsers and Extensions
    Chrome x64 w/appcontainer lockdown

    extensions: uBlock Origin, uBlock Origin extra, HTTPS Everywhere, VTchromizer, Bitdefender TrafficLight, Animation Policy
    Privacy-focused Apps and Extensions
    uBlock Origin
    Password Managers
  • lastpass
  • Web Search
  • F-Secure (google powered)
  • System Utilities
    CCleaner, Zipware
    Data Backup
    Macrium Reflect
    Frequency of Data backups
    System Backup
    Macrium Reflect Home
    Frequency of System backups


    Level 83
    Content Creator
    people told me that if have adguard, don't need uBlock. what do you say?
    I used to use uBlock, and I liked it

    Adguard filters HTTPS/SSL.
    Does Bitdefender AV too has HTTPS/SSL scan?

    I think its advisable to use any one's HTTPS/SSL.
    bitdefender AV does scan SSL.
    Is that going to conflict with Adguard, I mean, too many certificates at once?
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    Level 83
    Content Creator
    I guess there could be issues.

    I keep my AV's HTTPS/SSL disabled & Adguard's enabled.
    thanks for the tip, I do have trouble loading certain sites, let's see if it helps.
    But on the other hand, if I disable it in bitdefender, then bitdefender won't be able to scan for dangerous urls within HTTPS connection. Does that matter, or not really?